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that is our show. i am john stossel. good night. >> good morning. i am patti ann browne. >> i am hert cheryleds. thank you for watching "fox & friends first". we start with a fox news lart for you. you are looking live at the israeli gaza border. israeli and palestinian forces trading fire for a 6th day. there appears to be no end in sight. >> israel stepping up the tar getted attacks on northern
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benghaz. they bombard withed hundreds of ar tilly grounds. it left 84 palestinians dead. palestinian officials claim half are civilians. israeli citizens living in fear of rocket attacks by the gaza militants. 3 israelis dead dozens more have been hurt. john mccain calling for former president bill clinton to try to end the crisis. >> find someone even as high ranking, frankly, as former president bill clinton to go and be the negotiator. i know he would hate me for say that go but we need someone of enormous prestige and influence to have them sit down together as an honest broker. we are crumbling all over the middle east. >> hamas says the only way is if there are open borders for gaza.
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the attacks must end first. >> now it is time for the top 5@5:00. president obama the first u.s. citizen to visit burma. he endured years of house arrest to gain freedom. the president vowing to help burma continue it's democracy. >> if we see continued progress towards reform our bilateral sides will grow stronger and we will do everything we can to help ensure success. >> critics say he wthe presidens wrong to visit a country oppressed. >> in a few hours hostess will appear to start selling off
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access. companies are interested in buying parts of the business including twinkies. hostess had no choice but to strike before return to go work. florida senator making history in the iowa debut. he have the keynote speaker at a birthday fundraiser for governor kerry. he said the fundraiser scored over 600,000 dollars. rubio said his speech had nothing to do with that. >> paula broadwell and her family returned home for the first time since david petraeus resigned as cia director over the extra marital affair. she told friends she is devastated about the fallout but is still being investigated for
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classified documents reportedly found at her lap top and her home. >> the fans have spoken and america still has bieber fever. >> american music award goes to... >> justin bieber. >> he dominated the music awards he won the artist of the year. the 18-year-old also took home favorite pop album and mail artist. oo and check out carrie underwood. she blew the audience away with her new single two black cadillacs. i thought the per man's was awesome. she took home the award for favorite country album. >> you must have been up too
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late. >> i was way past my background. >> congress will investigate the obama administration talking points at the attack and try to determine who took out the initial assessment that terrorists were involved. dmouk elway is live with us from washington with more on that. republicans are convinced somebody in the white house or in the administration changed the talking points, changed them to hide the fact that the benghazi incident was a terrorist attack on the incident of 9-11 perpetrated al qaeda at a time when the obama campaign was boasting about al qaeda's diminished capacity. susan rice one intellectual democrat diane fine stein vows to get some answers. >> we gave the direction yesterday that this whole process is going to be checked
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out. we are going to find out who made changes in the original statement. mike rogers says he knows where the changes were made. >> it worked its way up through the system of the so-called talking points which everyone refer. my role is how do we prevent it. deputy committee pint tees administration that's where the narrative changed. the white house deputy national security advisor said the only change the white house made to change the world consummate to the word diplomatic facility. many congressional investigators simply do not believe it.
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>> it is time now to look who is talking. the continued investigation into benghazi is our big talker this morning. that is what king and graham are talking about. >> he is critical of ambassador susan rice for five different shows. it was closed spontaneous after last year's hearing on the incident she defended her criticism of the ambassador. >> she had access at the state department. she could have had briefing by the security council and would have known the talking reports have been watered down and there was a state where she had clear oppression that this was a spontaneous demonstration based on the video. why did they send her out as the
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representative to them american people. >> he says blame should lie with one person. >> he is a bit player here. was he informed of the attack on the consulate? 40 people to go through was he aware of the august 15th table where they had a coordinated al qaeda attack militia groups all over benghazi. i blame the president it's a death trap. i blame the president for not having assets available to help pe these people for 8 hours. we blame them for having failures how can the department of defense not help these people for over 8 hours. how can the department of state ignore pleas for help. >> can susan rice -- >> despite heavy resistance they are pressing for rice to testify on benghazi.
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>> time for the first degree weather update maria molina is with us. still a few days away but could mother nature make it a mess for thanksgiving travelers? >> we are looking at weather coming up for today, tuesday into wednesday. any one trying to do traveling. i want to talk about temperatures. temperatures this time of year as we head westbound temperatures well above average 25 degrees above average for some. right now in the 50s into portions of texas. temperatures will be warming up widespread 60s and 70s across the state of texas. 66 in kansas city and high of 66 degrees. mild weather for this time of year. it is a high in new york city. issues on the snowfall in the higher elevations.
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we don't have good news for any one doing any traveling. we are not real mriktsing i am ka pact from the system. big airport hubs jfk, they are looking good. it is right off the coast of north carolina that could cause conditions off the coast. we have one frontal system across the plains for showers but not a big deal grab the umbrella. >> looks good. weather we can be thankful for. >> thank you maria. >> time right now 10 after the hour. still to come is another e-mail scandal brewing in washington. it could involve the head of the epa. why law americas want to know if
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she is using a private e-mail account. >> the fcc bringing computers containing information about how to shouut down wall street to a tax convention. only problem is the convention it was for hackers. you can't make this stuff up. wow. it's a great hd tv... shhh. don't speak. i'll just leave you two alone. [ male announcer ] black friday's back. savings start thursday at 8 pm. more electronics start at 10 pm. the first and only place to go this black friday. walmart. this reduced sodium soup says it mahelp lower cholesterol, how does it work? you just he to eat it as part of your heart healthy diet. step 1. eat the soup. all those veggies and beans, that's what may help lower your cholesterol and -- well that's easy [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup.
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kazakhstan. it brought home three astronauts including one american after a four-month stay in the international space station. it over shot the landing by a few miles. >> stories you can baipg on this morning if your credit card debt keeps piling up you are not alone. more americans are spending money they don't have. lauren simonetti joins us with more on that. >> transunion says americans wracked up more debt in the third quarter without paying back on time. credit card debt per borrower grew by nearly 5 percent. at the same time the rate of payments more than 90-days late hit three quarters of one percent. why? improved con dpins in the economy makes us more willing to spend money. banks are issuing more credit cards to borrowers with less than stellar credit. that's not a good thing. we spent a lot on back to school shop something.
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>> there was a hacker convention. fcc officials brought fcc computers with sensitive information to the hacking convention. >> i know. it's another incident of neglect act by people supposed to be protecting sensitive information. borders is reporting that yes the sbc employees brought computers containing wall street blue prints with information on how the stock exchanges are linked together. no data appears to be briefed. but there are many what ifs. such as what if the data got into the wrong hands. it could have shut down wall street. >> they locked if nothing bad happens. >> the top five retail stores in the nation we are talking about actual box stores. >> retail sales a consulting firm says apple is the most successful retail store.
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they sell for $600 per square foot. tiffanies sells less than half that per square foot. lululemon in third place and coach in 4th place michael cores in 5th place. and speaking of shopping, it may be only monday folks but the lure of super sales on black friday already enticing people. camping out outside of best buy in fort meyers florida in kent city. some have supplies for a thanksgiving dinner in the parking lot. >> it is the annual campout donate 7 years. >> last year we saved over $1,500. >> this lady is nuts. they are examining to want to join, too. that leads us to our question of the day. are they nuts? black friday shoppers lining up
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right on or ridiculous. you can tweet them to us at fox friends first or e-mail us at foxfriendsfirst@foxnews.com. i need to go stand in line. i have to go. just kidding. >> the time now is 18 after the top of the hour. coming up, talk about bad timing. workers preparing to walkout at one of the nation's busiest airports on the busiest travel day of the year. things are heating up in space. take a look a massive solar explosion caught on camera. stay with us.
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oh>> image the chaos thousands of airport workers walking off the job on the busiest travel day of the year. that is likely to be the case at los angeles international airport. worrelle workers prepared to strike for higher salary and benefits a. huge eruption of the sun captured a nasa spacecraft. a second eruption flared up. they often disrupt or satellite equipment. not to worry these flares are not headed toward earth. >> that is amazing footage. >> i know. >> back at home as hundreds of super storm sandy victims have you gone struggle to get back on their feet. hundreds prepare to lose their homes for good. they plan to demolish hundreds of homes deemed too dangerous to build. how they are dealing with the plans. >> nearly three weeks after super storm sandy sit our area
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the cleanup process continues. whi while oo. >> to rebuild them you have to demo and start over again. they are too far gone. >> the piles of debris and muddy streets are not the mange challenge here. the ocean breeze section of staten lined south shore it's the mold setting in. it's a race against time for homeowners trying to save their houses from even further damage. >> you have to get it all eradicated before you close-up the house otherwise it will just come back. >> those clearing out the soggy debris are the lucky ones they issued permits by the department of buildings that allowed to clean up the repairs. houses are the red tags are targeted for demolition. the building department says at least 200 are so dangerous they must be bulldozed. they are struggling with how to reach and notify owners who are living with family and friends. not everyone is pleased with the inspection process. >> the people doing the inspection they have to come
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around and really look at the houses. we have no struck stur damage. called the building department to come back down and see if they will come and evaluate the structure. >> the national guard supports the volunteers living in the rockaways. they are important in staten island, too, where many tell us they can only rely on themselves than those living on hand. they were swept off the foundation into the street and scheduled for demolition. no one argued that but it doesn't make it niezyer. >> they have to rip it apart ta take it apart. all of the stuff is inside i can't get it out. i am stuck. >> the city department of buildings tells us they have a better idea how many homes need to be demolished on staten island and brooklyn and queens later this week. they are still trying to assess the damage and also reach out to displace the honimeowners. >> a lot of cleanup definitely remains for sure. the time now 24 after the top of
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the hour. still ahead one city being sued after a religious rumble forces them to cancel a church's nativity display. >> a father seeking his kids the family business robbing banks. on this day in history in 1863 president abraham lincoln delivered the gettysburg address.
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>> welcome back to "fox & friends" first. i am heather childers. >> i am patti ann browne. it is 29 minutes after the hour. the crisis in the middle east now in the 6th day. >> israeli troops and tanks bolt as talk of a cease fire continues. southern israel at school that was just hit less than an hour ago. leland? good morning here from southern israel where there is still more than a million civilians in the line of fire. in fact it is completely changed daily life here. school closed and many workplaces are closed for just this reason we are out of here a large high school that has 1500 students. you can see the damage these rockettes caused. came through this roof here a
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concrete steel reinforced roof to a place where most kids gather for drinking fountains to eat their lunch that kind of thing. this is where it impacted. you can just image how many people might have been killed if students had been here. the conflict continues inside the gaza strip there was the air strikes that will continue by the israeli forces. they have hit some 1300 targets inside the gaza strips. there have been a number of palestinians killed so far in last night. there were a number of palestinians killed in the gaza strip. that caused condemnation in israel as they continue the process of trying to take out some of the hamas militants and rockettes fly. more than a thousand rockettes flew many accepted by the iron dome. this shows not all of them intercepted. where we are right now you have
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about 20 seconds from the time the vines go off to the time that there is an interception or things land here. right now we are hearing booms over head. those are most likely interceptions of flying out of gaza to other cities. currently on the border with gaza right now is some 30,000 reservists who have been called up a n israeli tanks armored personnel carriers and infantry soldiers waiting for the go for a ground defensive we are told could come anywhere in the next 24-48-hours. that would be a major first time gaza troops headed to gaza in four years. peace talks are ongoing inside cairo right now. we are told there is an israeli envoy from the table somebody from hamas and islamic jihad too early to tell whether everyone will let things calm down people can go back to work school or if we are going to have a ground war things like this could go on
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for many weeks to come. back to you in new york. >> leland live with us from southern israel. thank you very much. lawmakers have questions about the benghazi terror attacks and who changed the talking points on who was behind it. doug luzader is live with us with more on that. >> staff change coming up from the white house in the president's second term. this controversy could throw a refrn in the works -- wrench in the works. president obama in burma but it may be a farewell tour for secretary of state hillary clinton. he is the odds on favorite to replace her for the united
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nations susan rice. he is preparing to block her because in the wake of the attack on the u.s. consulate in libya she misled the nation they say playing down the al qaeda for the attack. over the weekend a debate about where her talking points came from. he knew from the get go this was a terrorist attack. >> i don't know what the democrats and white house are trying to hide. neither what any of them are saying general petraeus and grap said the intelligence community and the entirety signed off on talking points. they went to the administration and when they came back key languages were changed. >> susan rice changed the talking points provided by the intelligence community.
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>> susan rice would have to be confirmed by the senate. democrats still have control of the senate. it may be how the battle shapes up. if in fact susan rice is dominated. >> back to you. >> doug luzader live from washington thank you. >> oo the top five stories making news at this hour. obama care new regulation will go into effect. most of the focus is on how state based insurance exchanges will go. how the government will tax medical devices and allocate the shrinking pool of money for hospitals who treat the uninsured. >> congress launching an investigation as to whether johnson has been using secret business using secret e-mail accounts. they turned over all records
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relate to do an account. that is one of the aliases. it may violate record keeping law. >> new video of a fatal oil rig explosion in the gulf of mexico. >> holy (bleep) look at that. >> a tv crew filming a fishing show inadvertently captured the whole explosion on camera. the oil company is expanding it's search meanwhile for the body of the last missing worker. a search and rescue dog is being brought in today. three dive boats are being used around the rig. they found the body of the other missing worker saturday. >> oo a family of accused criminals behind bars this morning. the father led his two children on a string of heists. his daughter and son in connection with an armed hold up in houston.
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his daughter was driving the get away car. she robbed as many as five banks in oregon before moving to texas. >> it is a complete shock. when they were there they were good community members. >> cops say surveillance video did them in when they were able to link the disguises being worn by the suspects. christians in california fighting the war on christmas. they are hoping to stop the city of santa monica from ending a nearly 60-year-old tradition. since 63 they have put up a 14 piece religious display featuring a nativity scene. last year atheists protested to cancel the festivities. the committee argues in the lawsuit atheists have a right to protest. but that freedom does not stop christian's right to free
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speech. >> thanksgiving travelers could be looking at a lot of weather delays. is that true? >> good news is we are not thinking we are going to see too many weather related issues as far as travel goes. the day before thanksgiving is a big traveling day. temperatures is right where they should be by the end of the year. 60s and 70s dry weather in place and sunshine. quiet weather across portions of the northeast. there are areas of thunderstorms stretching through the great lakes and the central plains. it should remain relatively light and temperatures should remain relatively average 29 degrees as well as typical for this time of yearen joy it while
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we have got it. a lot of snow and heavy rain we are expecting more of that across washington state in oregon and california. good news as far as the snow goes any one trying to do any skiing for the thanksgiving holiday coming up you will see plenty of snow on the slopes for that. today's travel in boston and new york dry weather. as we head into wednesday right before thanksgiving nice weather across the eastern half. chicago, new york, florida temperatures pleasant well. reaching the 70s. as we head southbound looking at more rain for portions of the pacific northwest. we aren't seeing it right now. >> selena gomez seeking tailor
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swift. a day after gomez and bieber got into a big fight. they recently called it quits after two years together. a slim figure from the event of the clothing line. they gave birth back in may and is now a weight woch he haves spokesperson. srees 50 pounds. >> breaking dawn part 2 raking in $41.3 million. sky fall the second place 41.5 million and lincoln came in third making 21 million. >> and now for your starting lineup. top sports stories. the ravens opening up a two-game lead in the afc north over t steriles. >> they beat pittsburgh 16-10. 8-2 for the season.
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he is out indefinitely. it is a new number one in the bcs stand somethings after day of upset. they will play saturday without their pop player. matt barclay has a strained soldier -- shoulder i should say. brad kozlowski officially a nascar champion. he held out 5 time champ. keselowski won first in the sprint cup championship. >> a show down between wal-mart and workers. they are threatening to walk out on black friday now wal-mart fighting back. >> twoeld you about people lining up for black friday
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highly recommend it to all of my patients. need another reason to call? the sleep number bed costs about the same as an innerspring but lasts twice as long. so if you want to sleep better or find relief for your bad back, call now. call the number on your screen for your free information kit with dvd, brochure and price list. call right now and you'll also receive a $50 savings card just for inquiring about the sleep number bed. ask about our risk-free 30-night in-home trial. call now for your free information kit and a free $50 savings card. call now!
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>> a live look at air force one arriving at the international airport in cambodia for the next leg of the president's trip to southeastern asia. there he will meet with prime minister there. he will also attend a meeting with the southeast asia nation. to australia where a massive water spout is caught on camera. it lasted about 20 minutes
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bringing thunder rain and lightening. thousands of spectators are enjoying stunts at the airport of the people's liberation army and russian nights aerobatic team. >>ed world's largest retailer may have a mess on its hands for black friday. they are plan to go walk out and now wal-mart has a tough warning for workers. fox business has a message for us. >> the biggest retailer has filed a complaint with the national awards. workers started froesing. now protest org niedzers are promising more demonstrations from now through black friday across the country. >> awe lot of them have to work
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might not walk out but a lot of them are proud of me and the ones that will walk out. >> we demand respect. >> in october our wal-mart organized the first ever strike against wal-mart in the 50 year history protesting working conditions and low pay. the company and several other retailer advance taking heat late loifr the recent decision to open for black friday shoppers as early as 8:00 p.m. thanksgiving night. one shopper says you won't see her in the black friday frenzy. >> it is a sign of what the holidays are turning into. >> you don't like that sign? >> no, i do not. i think there are things way more important than rushing to wal-mart to buy a bunch of possessions that you don't actually need. >> wal-mart says they are a way to get headlines.
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1 million associates are well prepared for the holiday shopping season. >> diane mess is heed do-- mace. >> responses earlier in the show we told you black friday shoppers are already lining up. we wanted to know if you think that is right on or ridiculous? here is cosome of your response. >> the time 47 after the hour. did you know cherries can help you get your z's?
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we are looking at the best and worst foods to help you sleep. >> steve dos see see what's coming up on fox and friends. >> starting on fox and friends 12 minutes from now you will meet a fellow by the name of justin taylor. veterans who discovered the disability law has doubled under president obama. he has waited a long time to the va. a long time party for breaking his leg. always em bare racing. how unions killed the twinkie and wonder bread. plus donald trump on monday. 11 minutes from now fox news channel. begin.
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>> 9 minutes to the top of the hour. despite the city mayor mike bloomberg against unhealthy food they are said to have prepackaged meals loaded with salt. one of the meals contains more salt than a big mac and more sugars than a 21 ounce coke. >> is it true americans start out 4500 calories at thanksgiving dinner maybe not. a new york times writer cooks up an indulgent turkey dinner complete with stuffing cranberry sauce and dessert evenlied came up with 2500 calories. it may have been cooked up by diet food companies. 2500 still a lot heather. >> well, are you just waking up from a restless night's sleep. we are here to help you out. there are certain foods that can actually help and hurt your night's sleep. here is fox medical a team doctor david sem mattie. thank you for waking up early
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for us. first of all about how many hours ch sleep should we get? >> the number is 6-7 hours. a lot of studies have shown lack of sleep causes obesity, depression and is a health hazard. do whatever you can to get 6 or 7 hours of sleep and invest money in a great mattress and make sure the bedroom is comfortable. nutrition and diet is important. >> speaking of diet. the worst foods begin with those. >> anything that causes increase in caffeine. chocolate and wine and they are a diuretic and increase caffeine. before you go to sleep you don't want to drink any coffee. >> the time span should be how long? >> you want to stop drinking coffee 4, 5 hours before you go to bed. >> couple other things on the
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list. indian, krcurry. >> any kind of cheese burger they relax the muscle in the stomach cause heartburn and reflux. they wake you up in the night. stay away from that. >> the best food. you know that turkey has trept fan. that is good. warm milk an old wives tale. that calms you down. camille tea with honey is great. cherries which i know are your favorite. >> why is that good? >> it has a lot of mel tone nan. anything that will calm you down. bananas have potassium and magnesium they are excellent for you. stay away from heavy food.
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>> you also say sweet potatoes. >> there has been a lot of talk about it. all of these oxidants and free radicals potato cleans it up. it cleans up your system. sweet potatoes especially is a good one. >> i will be trying several of those this evening. thank you so much, doctor. >> the time now is about 5 minutes to the top of the hour. still ahead he died of a broken heart. one nfl team being blamed for a man's death. can you mfigure out the word of the day. stick around for the answer. there it is.
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>> a minute until the top . we'll look at the good, bad and ugly. the panthers giving the memory
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of a lifetime. he gave him the football after a touchdown . check out the sheer joy that says it all . next the bad. kansas city chief blamed for a man's death. he passed away from complication of ms and breaking decision caused by the kansas team. and ugly, the homeowners in breezy point new york received notices for not maintaining the buildings. the city said it is just a formality . it is time to get all scrambled up . alyson is here. >> sleeping. we know that turkey helps that. >> and cherry's we learned today. >> i like both of those. good tips and we know